A bold movement rallying America’s retirees to serve God’s Kingdom has unveiled a Prayer Walk Guide and new smartphone app devotional to help seniors find their higher purpose during their “golden years.” The Retirement Reformationaims to shake up America’s sleepy retirement culture – and help retirees abandon their fears and follow God’s path for their … More Retirement Reformation Unveils New Prayer Kit to Help Aging
Home ownership has long held an honored position as an integral part of the American dream. But when retirement time comes, rethinking that dream could be in order. Sometimes renting a house or apartment is the better bet both financially and in terms of the retiree’s changing lifestyle and health, says Eric Kearney (www.erickearneyadvisor.com), an … More 3 Things Retirees Should Consider When Deciding Whether To Rent Or Own A Home
Constructing a smart retirement income plan isn’t easy. Throughout the working years there are many factors to consider, such as salary, expenses – monthly and unforeseen – debt and college for the kids, just to name a few. All of those can affect a person’s ability to, first, devise a consistent plan for their retirement … More 4 Common Retirement Mistakes And How To Avoid Them
While some people in the retirement-planning stages worry about outliving their money, others have a different concern: that their money is outgrowing their investment advisor. It’s not unusual for the size of the client’s investment to increase well beyond their advisor’s level of experience and knowledge. Higher net-worth individuals often demand more creative, sophisticated planning … More 3 Signs Your Money Has Outgrown Your Investment Advisor
Sometimes a whole crate of birthday candles might not be enough. Americans are living longer than ever, with the average life expectancy now rising to about 79 years. Some have referred to this trend as the “longevity revolution,” but it’s also creating a revolution in the way people think about retirement. “What worked for retirees … More Is Your Retirement Plan Ready For The Longevity Revolution?
Mississippi is the state where your dollar will last the longest amount of time in retirement, while Hawaii is the state where your dollar will last the shortest, a new study found. It’s a common refrain that retirees should save at least $1 million for retirement, but how much does where they live affect their saving needs? Personal finance website GOBankingRates … More State-by-State Comparison: This is How Long $1 Million Will Last In Retirement
Only 18% of retirement-age women can pass a basic quiz on how to make a nest egg last in retirement. Nearly twice as many retirement-age men are able to pass, and although those numbers are still grim, this underscores the trouble women face in their own retirement knowledge. Even more worrisome is that despite low … More Think Smart: Why 80 Percent of Women Fail Retirement Income Literacy Quiz